Saturday, December 26, 2009

New Walken In The House

I cut and Finished a new Christopher Walken today...

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Some Propaganda

Monday, December 14, 2009

Geraldine's Counter In Columbia City

Take a stroll through Columbia City and have lunch at Geraldine's Counter
have some good food and enjoy the art show!

+ Geraldine's Counter +

4872 Rainier Ave. S

Seattle, WA

My Show runs thru December

Thursday, December 10, 2009

December At Deli * UPDATE* 1/3/10

update: 1/3/10
FOUND!!! (shoved under the Viaduct in Seattle)
Thank you!

info about this here:

the Tyler Durden suitcase is the one that got stolen. please contact me if you have seen it or know who may have it.
(you will get something cool)

Thanks to all who came to my opening at Deli on Decembers First Thursday Artwalk! There was a great turnout with alot of people coming and going!

If your out holiday shopping, stop and and check out the great selection of merchandise Deli has to offer and all my artwork, I have some "new" vintage suitcases with awesome spray painted images on them, in fact....someone liked one enough they broke in to Deli this morning (Thursday Dec 10th) and stole one along with alot of Deli's merchandise.

So, if your reading this and someone you know has a hella' lot of cool new clothing and a spray painted suitcase of mine, be sure to contact Deli here.

If you are the person who took it all and broke in, you have alot of BAD KARMA coming your way! (and maybe an ass kickin')

Friday, December 4, 2009

Urban Craft Uprising

Urban Craft Uprising's Fifth Annual Winter Show!!!

December 5th & 6th, 2009

11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days

My booth is Booth # 48 Come see me!

Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

Admission: FREE!

Strangecrombie 2009!

I donated my Buddha painting (below) to the
The Stranger's annual gift auction. This year, our auction will benefit three very good causes: Country Doctor, Urban Rest Stop, and Senior Services (you can read The Stranger's profile of these organizations here).

A calming "Zen Buddha" painting (that may or may not have magical properties) from Urban Soule.

* 12" x 24"

Please help Raise money for a good cause this Holiday season!
To bid on my painting,click on the picture below!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Tonight @ Deli

Come visit Deli for my show during tonight's Seattle Art Walk!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Glee Feature Last Night!

Episode 11 "Hairography" featured my "DJ SAKE1" stencil in Eve's office!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Huge Holiday Sale!

Black Friday through Cyber Monday Sales

Valid November 27th - 30th


20% off all paintings
(free shipping on select paintings*marked)

(All discounts and sale prices will be issued as a refund through Paypal)

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Japanese Apples

Traditional Japanese apple farmers use stencils to emboss designs on fruit skin. (Photo: Jane Alden Stevens, University of Cincinnati Magazine)

The abundance, quality and diversity of the Western New York apple crops seem even more of an eater's windfall when you consider the apple's status in Japan.

In Japan, the fruit is usually reserved for special occasions, since a single apple can cost $10, according to this fascinating story by Deborah Rieselman in the University of Cincinnati Magazine.

Jane Alden Stevens, a UC photography professor, documented the practices of old-fashioned Japanese apple farmers, whose painstaking craftsmanship results in apples that sell for as much as $150. The younger farmers do things differently, and the practices are dying out.

These Japanese apple farmers pick most of an apple tree's blossoms to focus the plant's efforts on fewer fruit. Each apple is enclosed in a protective bag for most of its growth. Some take elaborate measures to focus sunlight on the fruit, such as laying reflective sheets underneath trees to bounce sunlight onto the apples' pale bellies.

For maximum effect, read it while crunching into a juicy Cortland.

Original post

The Buffalo News

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Food & Wine Feature

My Cherry Blossom Tumbler is Featured In Food&Wine Magazine December 2009 issue!
So pick up the issue and check it out!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

I love Maneki Neko

Blow Up Maneki Neko
51 inches tall

I LOVE THIS ONE! I wish it was mine!
Maneki Neko: Jumbo Size Black
41 inches tall

Maneki Neko: Jumbo Size White
41 inches tall

Koban Maneki Neko
10 inches tall $63

and would LOVE to have this one!
Kaiun Maneki Neko
19 inches tall

Koban Maneki Neko Black
14 inches tall

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Urban Soule * Deli Limited Artist Tee

Be sure to visit Deli in the Historic Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle and pick up your very own Urban Soule * Deli T-shirt. Designed by Urban Soule for Deli, it is a limited edition tee so hurry while they have them!
Available in men and woman's
• 40’s 100% Cotton Jersey
• Garment washed for super soft hand
• Machine wash cold, tumble dry medium

87 Yesler Way

Check out what Thrillist is saying

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Deli Seattle Artist Tee Release Nov 5th

Since opening its doors for business in May 2009, DELI has made an impact in Pioneer Square’s growing community of fashion retailers and art galleries. Even with “For Lease” signs popping up throughout the neighborhood and the Viaduct construction looming, DELI is off to a strong start and has created a buzz among locals and tourists as the new “must see” boutique in Seattle. “What makes DELI unique is not just the concept behind the store, it’s our involvement in the art community here in Pioneer Square. Every month we feature the work of a local artists that we unveil at the Artwalk on the first Thursday of each month, says Max Heigh, owner of DELI.

On November 5th, 2009 DELI will launch, its new online store featuring the release of the “DELI Art Series,” a collaboration of t-shirts created by each of DELI’s featured artist from the past, present, and future. Each t-shirt will feature one design selectively chosen by the artist along with a custom hangtag displaying their bio information. DELI’s featured artist include Brad Strain, Adrien Miller, Joe Vollan, John Osgood, Kyle Kesterson, Kim McCarthy (my bad ass self), Michelle Anderst, & Bobbi Eperson just to name a few.

“The number one goal for the DELI Art Series is to promote the work of our local artist and give customers the ability to own a t-shirt that is more than just a design…It is a piece of art!”

About DELI– Located in the heart of Pioneer Square at 87 Yesler, Seattle, WA 98104. DELI is a premium men and women’s boutique housing independent designers and contemporary lifestyle brands. Store hours Mon-Sat 11-7.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

I made it!

This item made it to the Etsy Voter!
click here to vote
Please vote for them if you get the chance!
Etsy will announce the winner Monday (Nov 2nd) on their blog.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

! Good Morning New York !

Check out the New York Daily Newspaper today, it will have my Skully Tea Pot featured for Skull Home Decor.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Buddha Shaped Pears – Pears In The Shape Of The Buddha

Gao Xianzhang (an indigenous farmer hailing from the village of Hexia in Northern China) has managed to mould juicy pears into little Buddha figurines. Gao Xianzhang worked six years to perfect his Buddha-Pear-Growing technique and has grown over 10,000 Buddha-shaped baby pears with amazing and inspiring results. The pears are grown in an aerated plastic Buddha mould, each painstakingly attached to baby pears during the growing phase. Many people purchase Gao Xianzhang’s Buddha Pears as soon as they are picked and the mere sight of the Buddha Pears hanging from the trees induce a sense of the surreal and meditative. People believe that the Buddha pears will bring them good luck and have been willing to pay upto US $7 for each pear.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009


New Lucky Cats in my ETSY Shop!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Arte della liberta: Antifascismo, guerra e liberazione

A rare find
I put on ETSY

Anti-fascist movements in art -- Exhibitions.
(antifascismo, guerra e liberazione in Europa, 1925-1945 )
Milano :
Art, modern
Art, european
Artists -- Europe -- Biography.

Hannibal And Christopher

Click the pictures for info:

Twitter Buttons!

I finally figured out to connect my blog posts to Twitter! Yeah!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

New but Old

I have some New listings today in my Etsy Shop.... however the items are old....

Saturday, October 10, 2009

More Zombie Mugs

I've listed more Zombie mugs today, two more style available.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Label 228 Book

Label 228: A Street Art Project Book
is out now!
I'm in it! Whoo-Hoo!

Artists include:

Mecro, Downtimer, Mat Curran, Daniel Flores, Zoso, Aaron Kraten, Lightsleepers "Lofa," Sket one, Rupture, David Flores, Matt Linares, Kegr, Josh Taylor,Soule, Robots Will Kill!, Nano, Wreck One, Dolla, and many more.

About the book:
Art is anywhere, anytime; it just depends on your viewpoint. Subway cars in the 1970s and 1980s became mobile murals in New York City. Not every artist can afford a canvas to create on; some people’s imagination exceeds their financial or physical means. Sometimes the canvas is bigger than ourselves. Look at Banksy or Michelangelo. Sometimes the canvas is really small.

And free. Complimentary of the U.S. Post Service.Label 228 is a gathering of street art executed on priority mail labels (Label 228, in the U.S.P.S. parlance) and displayed in public spaces. It’s a remarkably popular method of exposure featured by graffiti artists worldwide. These labels are free, portable, and quick and easy to exhibit, offering artists the chance to spend more time creating their work than if they were to paint and write directly on walls, vehicles, and public objects.

camden noir launched his Label 228 project by putting out a call to artists, asking them to send him their artwork or anything, for that matter, on priority mail labels. Within six months, he received over 500 labels from artists all over the world. At this point, he has over 1,500 labels from over 600 artists. This is a collection of the best of those labels, in a beautiful, full-color book.

About the author:
Upon graduating from high school in 2002, camden noir joined the U.S. Army and served on two overseas tours, spending time in both Afghanistan and Iraq. After ending his service with the military in 2006, he moved to Wilmington, North Carolina, where he now is a full-time student and freelance interior designer.

Available at:

Soft Skull Press


and your local bookstores!

Read a great inteview by Peel Magazine and Camden here.
Juxtapoz magazine Review Here.

Friday, October 2, 2009

* Weekend Deals *

in my ETSY Shop


10% OFF $1.00 - $100.00
20% OFF $101.00 - $2000.00


I got into the Urban Craft Uprising!!!
Show dates are December 5th and 6th 11-5pm both days
at the Seattle City Center Exhibition Hall

Now it's time to get busy creating!